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Performance Lighting Design: How to Light for the Stage, Concerts and Live Events

Moran, Nick (2018) Performance Lighting Design: How to Light for the Stage, Concerts and Live Events. Bloomsbury Methuen, London. ISBN 9781350017092

Abstract

A practical guide to the art and technique of lighting for the stage, this book explains the complex mixture of craft, collaboration and creativity behind successful lighting design. The designer paints with light - revealing form and composing a living picture from collections of objects and bodies in a given space. This handbook for professional practice walks you through how to achieve this, from first concept to development of design ideas, planning to realisation and, finally, public performance.

Now fully revised, this second edition has been brought up to date to consider advances made in the technology used for lighting design for live performance. It introduces new concepts and ways of working; includes a section on analysing the finished design; and discusses recent research into contemporary lighting practice, addressing emerging trends, particularly for drama. Combining practical information with aesthetic considerations, Performance Lighting Design is the ideal book for students and practitioners of stage lighting working on the contemporary stage.

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